Anglesey Primary Academy, Clarence Street, Burton on Trent, Staffordshire, DE14 3LG
E: T: 01283 563811

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Anglesey Primary Academy
Clarence Street, Burton on Trent, Staffordshire, DE14 3LG
01283 563811

Anglesey Primary Academy is a sought after and respected place of learning and well being, which is committed to giving every child opportunities to achieve their full potential through well trained and highly motivated staff.


We constantly endeavour to create a welcoming, secure and stable environment. Only then can we successfully achieve our aims and help the children reach their full potential.


At Anglesey Primary Academy, we aim to:

·         encourage active partnership between home, academy, and the community, and their participation in all aspects of academy life;

·         raise standards and achievement through high expectations;

·         offer equal opportunities to all children and staff regardless of gender, religion, race, or any other special needs;

·         provide, through the statutory requirements, a wide range of broadly-based experiences appropriate to individual needs so as to enable every child to realise his or her potential;

·         provide a secure and stimulating environment to enable each child to develop intellectually, socially, physically and emotionally;

·         provide a curriculum that reflects and celebrates the cultural diversity of our society;

·         provide opportunities for the professional development of staff within a supportive framework.


Anglesey Primary Academy is an inclusive academy where all pupils are encouraged to reach their full potential and to participate fully in the life of the school. The academy admits pupils with a wide range of educational, medical, sensory, social, emotional and behavioural needs and, in partnership with parents and external specialist services, staff work together to provide a learning environment and experiences with are effective in meeting the individual needs. In addition to more generalised knowledge, some staff have developed expertise in particular areas of SEN, including Autistic Spectrum, Disorders and Specific Learning Difficulties.

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